Guillemot Cottage is an end of terrace granite fisherman's cottage situated in the heart of St Ives between Smeaton's Pier and Wheal Dream and hence very close to the town's beaches. It is ideal for families due to its location, the added benefit of two bathrooms and stairgates throughout the property. The renowned abstract artist Sir Terry Frost lived in the cottage in the 1940's with his wife and 6 children. The property is now locally owned and cared for and offers very cosy and comfortable accommodation in a traditional style. It is close carpeted throughout apart from the kitchen and bathrooms. A stable door opens to
Sitting room. Spacious and comfortably furnished with a settee and three wing chairs, large TV, drop-leaf oak coffee table and a coal effect gas fire. There is an assortment of books and puzzles and original local paintings and Terry Frost prints. Well lit with occasional lamps. Stairs lead down to
Attractive studio style kitchen with underfloor heating and cleverly lit with a faux-window. Furnished with a large pine table and 5 chairs, dressers with blue and white china and sideboard with plentiful drawers. Butler's sink, electric hob and combination microwave oven with grill, washing machine, fridge and freezer. From the ground floor open tread stairs lead up to
Bedroom 1. 6' queen size bed (two 3' singles combined). Antique occasional chair, lamp and storage.
Shower room with wash basin and toilet. Steep stairs lead up to
Bedroom 2. Twin bedded with antique occasional chair, lamp and storage.
Bedroom 3. Single antique oak ladder back bed. Ensuite shower room with wash basin.
Sorry no pets.